|Treatment||Alternative treatments||Antioxidants supplementation||Zinc|
|AIDS, zinc deficiency and thymic hormone failure.|| ||Fabris N et al.
| ||No abstract / Pubmed|
| ||JAMA 1988; 259: 839.||1988|
|Relationship of serum cooper and zinc levels to HIV-1 seropositivity and progression to AIDS.|| ||Graham N et al.
| ||JAIDS 1991; 4: 976-980.||1991|
|Zinc and immune function: the biological basis of altered resistance to infection.|| ||Shankar AH, Prasad AS.
| ||Zinc plays an important role in the growth, development, and function of natural killer cells, macrophages, neutrophils, and T and B lymphocytes.|
| ||Am J Nutr 1998; 68: 447S-463S.||1998|
|Therapeutic and preventive effects of zinc on serious chilhood infectious diseases in developing countries.|| ||Black RE.
| ||Zinc supplementation has resulted in significant reductions in the severity of diarrhea, malaria, and acute respiratory infections among children.|
| ||Am J Nutr 1998; 68: 476S-479S.||1998|